Upcoming: 2022 Lecture
Dr Anna Arabindan-Kesson (Princeton)
Geographies of Nineteenth Century Black Art
Lecture 1: Acts of Translation: Black Artists Interpret The Song of Hiawatha - Tuesday 8th March @ 6pm
Lecture 2: Translating Space: Black Geographies of Freedom in the US and the Caribbean - Thursday 10th March @ 6pm
Recent lectures in the series
- 2019: Dr Cécile Fromont (Yale University): Images on a Mission in Early Modern Kongo and Angola
- 2018: Jeremy Melius (Tufts University): Ruskin's Histories - Being together and Being Apart
- 2017: David Young Kim (University of Pennsylvania): Groundwork and the Renaissance Picture - How can we bring the ground into view? and Gold Ground as the site of possibility
- 2015-16: Charlotte Guichard (Institute d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, CNRS-École normale supérieure-Paris 1): Performing the Name: "Signatures, Authorship and Autographie in Eighteenth-Century French Painting" and "Revolutionary Signatures: Jacques-Louis David and the Politics of Authenticity" Poster for the event (pdf)
- 2014-15: André Dombrowski (UPenn in Philadelphia): "Temporalities of Impressionism I: Monet and the Wreckage of history" and "Temporalities of Impressionism II: Painting at the Speed of Consciousness"
- 2012-13: Rachel Haidu (University of Rochester): "How to Teach a Sculptor: Artur Żmijewski, Grzegorz Kowalski, Oskar Hansen, Katarzyna Kobro", and "'Black is a Color': Steve McQueen, James Coleman, Black Audio Film Collective" Poster for the event (pdf)
- 2011-12: John David Rhodes (University of Sussex): "Narrative Cinema and Domestic Architecture: The Spectacle of Property", and "Hollywood, City of Bungalows" Poster for the event (pdf)
- 2010-11: Hanneke Grootenboer (University of Oxford): "An Overlooked Episode of Vision's History: Eighteenth-Century Eye Portraits", and "Treasuring the Gaze: Portraiture's Intimate Vision" Poster for the event (pdf)
- 2009-10: Dr Richard Taws (McGill University, Montreal): "Time, Media and the French Revolution"
- 2008-09: Dr Claire Bishop (The Graduate Center, CUNY): "The Social Turn in Contemporary Art"
- 2007: Professor Michael Cole (University of Pennsylvania): "Urbanism as Exorcism at the End of the Renaissance"
- 2006: Professor David Joselit (Yale University): "Feedback: Art and Politics in the Television Era"